Our commitment to privacy and security
With more businesses turning to Teams for video conferencing and other mission-critical work, we recognize that security and privacy have never been more important. Here is how we are delivering on both during this challenging time and beyond.
Safer by design
As an IT professional, you may be concerned that with teams working remotely and holding video conferences, your organization’s network security might be at risk. Learn how we are making your safety our priority with privacy and security controls in Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft’s journey to working remotely
For years, Microsoft has been steadily making changes to empower its staff to work effectively remotely. Here are the top 9 ways the company has discovered how to work best.
Virtual classrooms, real learning
Share, learn, and collaborate easily with our suite of Microsoft tools for students and educators.
"Our unique role as a platform and tools provider allows us to connect the dots, bring together an ecosystem of partners, and enable organizations of all sizes to build the digital capability required to address these challenges."
Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft
Whether you’re new to remote work, temporarily working from home, or on extended leave, Microsoft is here to help you stay productive. Chat, call, meet and collaborate with colleagues from across the world and even access company resources remotely. From 1:1 meetings or live events with up to 10,000 people, to remote technical support, Microsoft solutions delivers a consistent experience across all platforms.
Working remotely can introduce a few new security concerns, especially for those who aren’t accustomed to it. CISOs and admins need to urgently look at new scenarios and threat vectors as their companies become a distributed organization overnight. Thankfully, we're monitoring over 6.5 trillion signals to keep your business secure.
Working remotely can be isolating, so it’s important to be deliberate about reaching out and connecting with colleagues and customers. Use Microsoft solutions to get together with your colleagues virtually to foster and maintain morale, while ensuring that you continue to engage your customers and drive positive experiences despite.
Remote work doesn’t have to mean feeling remote. With Microsoft Teams, you’ll be able to meet, collaborate, and share with colleagues from all over the world.
Surface in the modern workplace
Give your employees an experience they’ll love with the choice and flexibility they need to work on their own terms.
From now until 30 June 2020 (or while stocks last), save up to 12% on selected Surface devices.*
Always-on service with Dynamics 365
Support your customer service teams to respond to the increasing volumes of enquires from your customers across various platform
Allow remote collaboration and real-time support between your technicians and equipment experts to resolve immediate obstacles.
Get the most out of your remote work experience and keep your productivity high with these power tips for Microsoft Teams.
For IT & Security professionals
Find out the best ways to support your remote workers while keeping your company’s data secure.
Give your employees the support and access they need to make a seamless transition from on-site to off-site work.
Remote Work - How to work from home
Microsoft Teams self-help online training
Crash Course in Microsoft Teams
5 easy steps to get started with Microsoft Teams
How to fix the problems with meetings
Building a Crisis FAQ bot using Power Virtual Agents
Top tips for working more securely from home
How to run great meetings with Microsoft Teams: The before-during-after guide
Coordinate Crisis Communications using Teams + PowerPlatform
Learning path: Deliver remote desktops and apps from Azure with Windows Virtual Desktop
Working remote with Microsoft Teams
Revised end of service date for Windows 10, version 1709: October 13, 2020
Managing user identities and secure access at Microsoft
Managing all the devices accessing corporate information
Tutorial: Secure user sign-in events with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication
Track your Microsoft Secure Score to see how remote working affects your compliance and risk surface
Join the Enabling Remote Work Tech Community
Support remote workers using Microsoft Teams
Migrate your emails & files to cloud with the support of FastTrack
Introduction to Windows Virtual Desktop
Windows Virtual Desktop Quickstart Guide
Azure Academy Quick Start Videos on Virtual Desktop deployment Series
Enhancing VPN performance to enable remote work
For IT professionals: Privacy and security in Microsoft Teams
Take these steps to enable your Firstline Workers today
Top 5 ways your Azure AD can help you enable remote work
Alternative ways for security professionals and IT to achieve modern security controls
Learning from our customers in the Greater China Region
Coming together to combat COVID-19
Discover how Microsoft 365 improves productivity in your specific industry or role
Innovator's guide to remote working
4 tips for implementing a successful and secure hardware solution
The work trend index
5 tips to keep your remote team engaged and motivated
Key Microsoft announcements related to Covid-19
May 28: Helping small and medium-sized businesses during COVID-19
May 27: Making it easier to stay caught up with Cortana in Microsoft 365
May 19: From Microsoft Teams to Fluid Framework – here’s what’s new and coming soon to Microsoft 365
May 14: Learning from our customers in Spain
May 11: The new Microsoft Family Safety app now available in preview for iOS and Android
May 4: Joining an online meeting – 9 reasons it’s better to click the link than use the dial-in phone numbers
May 1: How leaders can bring employees together during COVID-19
April 30: New tools to help IT empower employees securely in a remote work world
April 30: Enable remote work faster with new Windows Virtual Desktop capabilities
April 28: Get Yammer in Teams and new features in Microsoft Edge – here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in April
April 24: Update #3 on our commitment to customers and Microsoft cloud services continuity
April 22: How remote work impacts collaboration: findings from our team
April 21: Learning from our customers in Japan
April 20: Connect people across the entire organization through communities in Microsoft Teams
April 19: UNICEF and Microsoft launch global learning platform to help address COVID-19 education crisis
April 17: How Microsoft is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in Washington state
April 17: Key findings about remote work: lessons from our colleagues in China
April 17: How nearly 2,000 Microsoft Store employees pivoted to remote work
April 16: 5 tips for working from home with children
April 14: Nothing can stop a team
April 10: Enhancing VPN performance to enable remote work
April 9: Remote work trend report: meetings
April 8: Learning from our customers in Italy
April 7: Spotlight on an epidemiologist – care team coordination and patient engagement in times of crisis
April 6: For IT professionals: Privacy and security in Microsoft Teams
April 6: Our commitment to privacy and security in Microsoft Teams
March 31: Guide to online meetings and live events
March 31: Improve virtual meetings and bring consultations online – here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in March
March 29: Update #2 on Microsoft cloud services continuity
March 26: M12 turned its Female Founders Competition into a virtual event
March 24: Host your virtual class with Microsoft Teams meetings
March 24: Learning from our customers in the Greater China Region
March 21: Our commitment to customers and Microsoft cloud services continuity
March 20: Helping our developers stay productive while working remotely
March 19: Microsoft Teams at 3: Everything you need to connect with your teammates and be more productive
March 18: 2 weeks in: what we’ve learned about remote work
March 18: Helping small and medium-sized businesses work remotely with Teams.
March 17: Delivering online meetings and events
March 13: Digital transformation of live events
March 12: The top 9 ways Microsoft IT is enabling remote work for its employees.
March 12: Work remotely, stay secure-guidance for CISOs.
March 11: Helping teachers and students make the switch to remote learning.
March 11: Making remote learning effective and engaging with Microsoft Education resources.
March 10: Staying productive while working remotely with Microsoft Teams.
March 6: How Microsoft is enabling its employees to work remotely with Microsoft Teams.
March 5: Our commitment to customers during COVID-19.
March 4: How schools can ramp up remote learning programs quickly with Microsoft Teams.
March 2: Working Remote During Challenging Times.
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